Transportation has long been dominated by the personal gasoline-powered automobile, but breakthroughs in electric vehicles, shared mobility, and automation promise to disrupt the sector. Gordon’s research focuses on leveraging these disruptions to maximize both social and environmental sustainability, drawing on insights from a variety of disciplines to understand how people might interact with these new technologies. A recipient of both the Berkeley Fellowship and the NSF GFRP, Gordon graduated magna cum laude with Highest Honors in Chemistry from Williams College.
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